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    • I don't have much belief in them alone, but there's been lots of wariness of the field for a while now, especially since clearer and stronger choices to combine establishment and a new future, like Kamala Harris (or to a degree Cory Booker or Julian Castro - or even Pete Buttigieg) haven't really broken through. You have two people who are distrusted or untested for many in the party and one person who seems to be falling apart in slow motion. It reminds me of how wary many in the Democratic establishment were of the state of the field in 2003, which is when Wesley Clark was parachuted in to save the day. I don't think the fantasies about Hillary, Michelle Obama, Holder, etc. are true, but I can believe there's a lot of unhappiness about the state of the primary. It's just you can't parachute a 'dream' candidate in the way you could have in the past - they'd be chewed up and spat out.  
    • I'm with Marceline. I don't believe a thing the times political desk reports. Especially after 2016. And I am frankly tired of their "access" reporting. That's how Judith Miller helped craft a narrative leading up into Iraq.
    • Bloomberg said he would not run yesterday.     Anyway, this, in a nutshell is how the E.U. feels about the U.K. and Brexit. Junker is letting the exasperation show.  He says that Brexit has been a "waste of time and energy".  
    • Nothing the NY Times says about the Democratic race should be believed.
    • re Don MacLaughlin Add Lora Lawton 1948
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